GITC 3901D


NJIT, Newark, NJ

Research Interests

I study social media, how people engage politically online, especially during disasters and times of social unrest, and how coordinating actors behave and information flows across multiple platforms. crisis informatics, online political engagement, disinformation, information quality, social media, real-time summarization, weak supervision, text mining, machine learning

Brief Bio

  • Key Applications: Crisis Informatics and Political Engagement
  • Asst. Professor, @Informatics, NJIT
  • Postdoc, @SMaPP Lab, NYU (2018-2019)
  • Postdoc, @HCIL, University of Maryland (2016-2018)
  • Adjunct Faculty, American University, (2015)
  • PhD, University of Maryland, College Park (2011-2016)
  • Director of Research, Pikewerks Corporation (2008-2013)
  • MS and BS, University of Alabama, Huntsville (2003-2010)

For more information, see my CV.